After months of hard work, we're proud to present DMXzone 2.0. It has been designed to make it easier and much more fun to use. We'll be happy to receive any feedback if you find any problems, errors or if you have suggestions.
While users have long been able to grab YouTube clips both with Flash rippers and H.264 stream downloaders, this would be the first time such an option has appeared on the site as an official offering. The new option gives users a full-quality H.264 file--the very same copy that's sent out to YouTube-capable set top boxes and iPhones.
It is a secret! Don't tell anyone but the Dynamic Zones team has being very busy for a long time not only with producing high quality extensions for you but also with a full new redesign and remake of the CMS of DMXzone.com, FLzone.com, FWzone.net and DNzone.com!
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Yahoo's new CEO is the former Autodesk's executive chairman. Her challenges will include adapting from a successful but relatively unknown software company to a struggling media company whose internet properties used by hundreds of millions of people.
The final version of Chrome 2.0 should appear in a few weeks and includes a new edition of the Webkit rendering engine. Google has added in their latest pre-beta (126.96.36.199) a http-mode that would allow people to only view https websites. This method increases surfing security and is activated automatically when a https website is visited.
Wikipedia has managed to secure enough funding to keep running for another year. In addition to maintain the site it requires $6m to pay its staff. The online encyclopedia relies on user-generated content and edits but it had raised only $3.8m of the money shortly before Christmas.
New Year's is a great occasion for predictions on what 2009 might have in store for the software development market. IT resources will be limited and business pressures higher but only time will tell. Here are few thoughts about what might come up in 2009.